More details continue to emerge from Britney Spears and Sam Asghari’s intimate home wedding Thursday night. Notably, the bride was overjoyed to the finally tie the knot, People reports.
“Britney walked herself down the aisle,” a source told the outlet. The bride wore a stunning white gown by Versace, accented by a choker, sheer gloves, and a long veil that trailed behind her. “She looked absolutely stunning in her main dress. She cried happy tears at some moments.”
As expected, there were some A-listers on the guest list, including Selena Gomez, Drew Barrymore, Paris Hilton, and Donatella Versace. People reports that during the reception, Spears was seen hitting the dance floor with Madonna—the two shared a kiss too. (Throwback to the 2003 VMAs!) The pair, along with Gomez, danced to “Toxic” together, per an eyewitness.
And on the topic of 2000s nostalgia, Paris Hilton sang her hit single “Stars Are Blind” during the reception—and Spears joined in for an iconic duet. We’re already dying to see footage.
A source added to People, “Britney danced for hours at the reception. You could tell that she had the best time.”
Spears reportedly had four outfit changes last night; following her ceremony gown she also wore a black Versace mini dress, a red fringe mini dress with glittering pumps, and an additional two-tone outfit. She and Asghari left the venue at around 10:15 p.m. in a Rolls-Royce, as the guests sent them off with sparklers, according to an insider. Some stayed behind to continue partying after the couple made their exit. Per People, the Thursday night party wrapped by 11:30 p.m.
Members of Spears’ immediate family were not in attendance, including her teenage sons, 15-year-old Jayden James and 16-year-old Sean Preston, from her previous marriage to Kevin Federline. A statement from Federline’s attorney explained their absence: “Although the boys will not be in attendance, Kevin and the boys are happy for Britney and wish her and Sam all the best going forward. They are excited that this will be a positive development for her post-conservatorship life.”
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